The first episode of the series will highlight Kulski's extraordinary bravery during the 1944 Warsaw Uprising against the Germans, according to the Warsaw-based Kulski Foundation for Polish-American Relations.
The series aims to engage and enlighten the younger generation about the profound history of Warsaw insurgents during World War II, the foundation said.
World War II: From the Frontlines is special in its focus on authenticity, utilizing only genuine photos and videos from the wartime period, according to the Kulski Foundation.
This series is not just about history; it's about preserving and sharing the legacy of true heroes such as Kulski, it said.
"World War II: From the Frontlines" is scheduled for release on Netflix on December 7. Image courtesy of the Kulski Foundation
Kulski survived the war, settling in the United States in 1949 and establishing a successful career as an architect. He died in Washington in 2021 at the age of 92.
The official trailer for World War II: From the Frontlines is available at this link.
Source: Kulski Foundation